Monthly Archives: September 2017
How do I prepare my survival data to conduct analysis in Stata?
Let’s start by what is survival data. Survival data is characterized by having individuals that are observed over a period of time until an event of interest takes place, a.k.a failure. This event can be death, occurrence of a disease, … Continue reading
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Repeated Measures MANCOVA vs Repeated Measures ANCOVA
In a previous post, I wrote about the repeated measures (RM) ANCOVA, which is also commonly referred to as repeated measures MANCOVA. In this post, however, when I use the term repeated measures multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) I will … Continue reading